force, navy, other people serving overseas. these are tough times and add to it the middle east. jaime: our marines were set to protect our assets, people, installations in the sudan. they were prevented. there were obstacles put in place to not allow them in, not to go to war, just to protect us. how do we tolerate that? >> these are tough guards. i'll point out quickly to the viewers that every one of our embassies and i think every consulate, at least most of them have marine security guards there, and those marines there have a principle mission, not of protecting people, protecting the ambassador or others, although we tend to think that, but really to protect very sensitive communications equipment, cables, the kreufplt i. a. vaults, all the things that have high priority national security interest, which this lost would really create damage or harm to the united states.